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Endocarp morphology of African Celtis (Celtidaceae/Ulmaceae)



Endocarp morphology of African Celtis (Celtidaceae/Ulmaceae)



Blumea 51(2): 389-397



Endocarp morphology of 14 species of mainly African Celtis was examined using light and scanning electron microscopy. Macro- and micro-morphological characters included endocarp shape, colour, size, surrounding rim and SEM examination of the outer layer of the endocarp. Different classes of shape and sculpture were recognised.

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DOI: 10.3767/000651906x622337



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